Semantics, artificial intelligence and collective intelligence

How does language work? On the receiving end, we hear a sequence of sounds that we translate into a network of concepts. This is what we call « understanding the meaning » of a statement we hear. On the transmit side, we have in mind a network of concepts – a meaning to be conveyed – that we translate into a sequence of sounds.

IEML: Towards a Paradigm Shift in Artificial Intelligence

IEML has the expressive power of a natural language and the syntax of a regular language. Its semantics are unambiguous and computable because they are an explicit function of its syntax. A neuro-semantic architecture based on IEML combines the strengths of neural AI and classical symbolic AI while enabling integration of knowledge through an interoperable computing of semantics.

Semantic Computing with IEML

Based on the Information Economy MetaLanguage (IEML), semantic computing brings together several perspectives: an improvement of artificial intelligence, a solution to the problem of semantic interoperability, an algebraic model of semantic linguistics: all this at the service of human collective intelligence. Neuro-Symbolic Artificial Intelligence Every animal has a nervous system. Neuronal computing, which is statisticalLire la suite « Semantic Computing with IEML »